RENOVATED COLONIAL MANSION IN GARCÍA GINERÉS (YPS-01-0095)
- Updated On:
- August 14, 2022
- 6 Bedrooms
- 4.5 Bathrooms
- 900 m2 Lot
- 1,492 m2 Area Size
Once built for the brother of the former governor of Yucatan, Felipe Carrillo Puerto, this very attractive estate is a true contemporary witness of Merida’s recent history. With its wonderful façade, as well as, its original tiled floors and the typically high coffered ceilings, it reflects the good old times.
Today, this recently renovated mansion offers numerous possibilities of use like converting it into a charming hotel, an Airbnb with character, stylish offices or not to forget, a simply outstanding private property. While the central garden with its old trees and the additional rooms in the back part of the property enhances its possibilities of use even further, ensuring the solar system, which was added as part of the renovation, pleasingly low energy costs even during the hot summer months.
Year of construction｜20th century
Year of latest renovation｜2022
Lot｜900 m2 (9,688 ft2)
Width x Length｜21.8 m x 41 m
Construction｜1,492 m2 (16,056 ft2)
- STUNNING COLONIAL MANSION
- RECENTLY RESTORED
- GREAT LOCATION ON HISTORIC AVENUE
- SOLAR PANELS
HOUSE AND LOT
- Entry hall
- Spacious living room
- Dining room
- Studio / Office
- 2 bathrooms
- 1 half bathroom
- Big family room or multipurpose room
- 2 bedrooms
- Storage room
- 5 further multipurpose rooms in the rear building
- Central garden
- Air conditioners
- Ceiling fans
- Solar panel
This great mansion is located directly at Avenida Colón, which can be considered the backbone of the García Ginerés neighborhood. It has been a reference point for decades, not just in the city of Mérida, but in the entire state of Yucatán. The avenue begins at the Miguel Hidalgo roundabout and ends at Paseo de Montejo. It is lined with many centenary trees and grand mansions. Its proximity to Mérida’s brand-new convention center, the main hotel zone as well as the area around the slow food market with its popular restaurants and cafes has brought it growing attention from both national and foreign visitors.
With its impressive big old mansions, green parks, great tree population and a great variety of amenities like hospitals, schools, etc. belongs García Ginerés to the chicest and most popular neighborhoods in Mérida. Especially worth mentioning is Parque de las Americas, currently the biggest and certainly one of the most beautiful parks in all of Merida.
Mérida is both the capital of the state of Yucatan and the administrative seat of the municipality of Mérida. Its turbulent history dates back to the time of the ancient Mayan civilization. The city received its name in 1542 from the Spanish conquistador Francisco de Montejo, in whose honor Mérida’s main boulevard, Paseo de Montejo, was named. Numerous, splendid colonial buildings in the historic city center still bear witness to the former wealth of the city and give it a unique flair. In terms of tourism, Mérida is considered the gateway to the world of the Maya. Every year, thousands of visitors start from here to explore the world-famous Mayan sites such as Chichen Itzá and Uxmal.
From the point of view of its inhabitants, Mérida is above all a modern city with a very high quality of life. As the entire state of Yucatan, the city is one of the safest regions in Mexico and, not least because of this, is very popular with North American ex-pats, who choose Mérida as their preferred domicile. The best hospital network in México also contributes to its great popularity. An excellent healthcare system has been created here through medical cooperation with cities like Houston. Some private clinics even surpass the standards of leading industrial nations. In addition, of course, the generally good weather is a decisive factor in the well-being of the city’s residents.
Enjoy the comfortable lifestyle of the spirited capital of Yucatan as well. Visit the impressive historic center, dine in fine restaurants, stroll along Mérida’s famous boulevard Paseo de Montejo, discover the numerous museums, theaters, and cinemas, and discover the Mayan culture. There is also nothing in the way of an extensive shopping tour. The modern malls in the north of the city, such as La Isla Cabo Norte or Galerías Mérida, welcome you. In addition, many large North American retail chains, such as Costco, Wal-Mart, or Home Depot, have at least one store in the city.
- Slow Food Market｜350 m (1,148 ft)
- Park De Las Américas｜500 m (1,640 ft)
- Yucatan International Convention Center｜600 m (1,969 ft)
- Park La Ibérica｜700 m (2,297 ft)
- Mérida’s main hotel zone｜750 meters (2,460 ft)
- New mall Paseo 60｜900 m (2,953 ft)
- Paseo Montejo｜1,000 m (3,281 ft)
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